About 2 years ago I had the bright idea that I could multitask by managing or launching 5 different businesses. I had just come off an affiliate management gig, so I figured that it was the right time to work on 3 online businesses and 2 offline ones.
This blog is the only survivor out of the lot. The victims included a half-completed (more…)
A Singapore Chinese style roast meat food stall was sold for $4 million (about US$3.1 million) last week, about $500,000 than its initial asking price.
The stall, Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint, set up in the 1970s, by Ha Wai Kay, 64, and his wife Betty Kong, 68, is an instutition of sorts in the Paya Lebar area in Eastern Singapore.
They have sold the business, which includes a shophouse unit valued at $2.1 million, to a listed company, Aztech Holdings.
Kay Lee’s owners had set off talk in the food and beverage industry in 2012 when they first (more…)
You could call the Internet economy, the information economy where data and knowledge have value. You could also call it the digital economy where the bits and bytes contain information that you could use to grow your business.
While most marketers will be aware of online news sources and spy tools, it’s worth taking a step back to gain a wider perspective of what’s out there and how you can use it to your advantage.
Whether you have your own product or you’re promoting someone else’s product as an affiliate, distributor or reseller, you can benefit from the following 3 types of business intelligence.
Technology intelligence: You might be doing search engine optimization (SEO) or some form of paid traffic. Now, stop. How much time do you (more…)